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Washington :: DC :: USA | 5 years ago

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One of the most ancient fossils to date has been discovered by paleontologists recently. This has been one of the most baffling cases as it’s giant head and gill-covered body make this creature truly unique.   Now the

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Los Angeles :: CA :: USA | 5 years ago

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Google Earth Reveals Ancient 1,000 Years Old Fish Trap !! For a millennium it has lain undisturbed beneath the waves a stone's throw

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Bolzano :: Italy | 5 years ago

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Italy's famed Iceman will get company this week as mummies from all over the world arrive for a major show in this northern Italian city. Joining the mummified neolithic hunter in his purpose-built museum here will be more than 60 mummies from

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London :: CA :: USA | 5 years ago

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Synchrotron radiation is created by accelerating electrons through powerful magnetic fields, which causes them to throw off intense light, in wavelengths from infrared to X-rays. This light is many orders of magnitude brighter than that from

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Cairo :: Egypt | 5 years ago

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Egyptian archaeologists say they have discovered 30 mummies inside a 4,600-year-old tomb, in the latest round of excavations at the vast necropolis of Saqqara 12 miles (20 kilometers) south of Cairo. Further Read: http://news.yahoo.

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Cairo :: Egypt | 5 years ago

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A terracotta vase which stood on a garden patio for 20 years is actually an ancient Egyptian relic dating back 3,000 years. A pot used as a garden ornament for 20 years has been identified as a Egyptian Canoptic funery jar dating back over 3000

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Cairo :: Egypt | over 5 years ago

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Egyptian archaeologists have uncovered what are thought to be the mummified remains of Queen Sesheshet, the mother of a pharaoh who ruled for 11 years in around 2,300 BC. The remains were found in the sarcophagus of a pyramid south of the capital

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Lima :: Peru | over 5 years ago

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The Nasca civilization is perhaps best known for the drawings its people etched onto the desert floor in southwest Peru, a massive and mysterious body of simple and intricate works that span several hundred square miles. Less well known is that the

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Poznań :: Poland | over 5 years ago

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Scientists estimate biochar from agriculture and forestry residues can potentially store billions of tonnes of carbon in the world's soils. Now, scientists, environmental groups and policymakers forging the next world climate agreement see biochar

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London :: United Kingdom | over 5 years ago

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British archaeologists have unearthed an ancient skull carrying a startling surprise, an unusually well-preserved brain. Scientists said Friday that the mass of gray matter was more than 2,000 years old, the oldest ever discovered in Britain. One

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